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Zimbabwe's longtime President Robert Mugabe has called a Cabinet meeting for Tuesday morning even as the ruling party moves to impeach him when Parliament resumes on the same day.
The State pathologist who led the autopsy on Susan Rohde allegedly left out crucial procedures in his examination, the defence has charged.
Zimbabweans have gathered in Africa Unity Square opposite Parliament to pray and call for President Robert Mugabe to step down.
The JSE opened the week firmer on Monday, lifted mostly by index heavyweight Naspers and rand hedge stocks.
Authorities in western New York say a man had his mother serve as his getaway driver while he robbed a fast-food restaurant at gunpoint.
Disgruntled ANC Eastern Cape members are going to court to have its chaotic September provincial elective conference set aside.
Hijackers have robbed and shot an animal inspector mere metres from the Animal Welfare Society in Philippi, an official has said.
The situation in Zimbabwe remains precarious as Robert Mugabe stays in power, Chad le Clos enjoys crowning glory in Singapore and more on Life Esidimeni.
Zimbabwe's ruling party has expressed confidence that longtime President Robert Mugabe could be impeached within two days, while the world's oldest head of state ignored the party's midday deadline to resign.
An ANC activist and former branch chairperson has been shot dead in Camperdown, in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
Two prisoners have given new meaning to the term "inside job" after they were caught running an extortion scam from inside the Odi Correctional Centre in Pretoria.
Police have made another breakthrough in the Marianhill massacre case after arresting a 27-year-old suspect.
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has no plans of giving fringe squad members a run against Italy in Padova.
The State has been unable to place Johannes Plaatjies in the home of acclaimed Afrikaans author Winnie Rust at the time of her murder, it has emerged in the Western Cape High Court.
The head of a security company and a former bouncer have both appeared in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court in separate cases apparently linked to underworld activities.
Brian Molefe is regarded as a reserve force member and is remunerated accordingly, the SANDF has said following reports that it had been paying Molefe R57 000 per month since August.
Despite their win over France in Paris, the Springboks remain fifth in the official World Rugby rankings.
Libya will investigate alleged slave trading in the country, the internationally recognised government has announced, following the release of video footage appearing to show migrants being auctioned off.
Should the bloodless coup in Zimbabwe succeed, could this embolden the anti-Zuma faction inside the ANC to take more decisive action, asks Nontsikelelo Mpulo.